Images have emerged of what is presumably the Nokia 5.2. The device has four cameras on the back. That’s three more than the predecessor had on board; the Nokia 5.1. HMD, the manufacturer of Nokia, has not yet announced the device.
The images are online set by Evan Blass, who often gets his hands on unannounced smartphones under the pseudonym Evleaks. According to Blass, it is the Nokia 5.2, a still unannounced smartphone from the Finnish HMD, and the successor to the Nokia 5.1 in terms of naming.
Based on the photos, it can be concluded that the Nokia 5.2 has four cameras on the back, which are incorporated in a round camera module. On the front is also a camera in a teardrop-shaped notch. Furthermore, Blass reports that the smartphone will be sold for 180 dollars, and the user will receive a variant with 6GB of ram and 64GB of storage. The device probably runs, just like the Nokia 5.1, Android One.
HMD has not yet officially announced the smartphone, and therefore details such as the processor used are still missing. It is also not yet clear when HMD will make the device public.